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Consecrating the World: On Mundane Liturgical Theology

On Mundane Liturgical Theology [Paperback]

by David W Fagerberg

    • Author

      David W Fagerberg

    • Book Format

      Paperback / softback

    • Publisher

      Angelico Press

    • Published

      March 2016

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    What has liturgy to do with life? The sacred with the secular? This study proposes that the liturgy calls us, in the words of Aidan Kavanagh, "to do the world as the world was meant to be done." The sacramental liturgy of the Church and the personal liturgy of our lives should be as a seamless garment.

    Consecrating the World continues David Fagerberg's exploration of the Church's lex orandi (law of prayer) by expanding two major themes. The first considers liturgy as the matrix wherein our encounter with God becomes an experience of primary theology. The second illustrates how a believer is made ready for this liturgy through asceticism in both its faces-the one negative (dealing with sin), the other positive (dealing with sanctification). This book turns these two themes outward to a liturgical theology of the cosmos-a mundane liturgical theology of the consecration of the world and the sanctification of our daily life.

    "David Fagerberg invites us, with the urgency of the gospel, to see God the Trinity in every created thing, and to offer to God as a joyful sacrifice of praise the good things He has made, rather than cleaving egocentrically to these good things. When, through the Dove (the Spirit), Christ frees us to do the world in this way, we become the liturgical priest-kings we were meant to be; we learn how to live and die on the ascending path of Christ. Steeped in the spirituality of the Orthodox East and the Anglican West, enriched by the Catholic masters of Ressourcement, Fagerberg shares his vision in everyday language for all to hear. Just when it seemed that spiritual masters no longer roamed university hallways, God has raised up a true spiritual guide for our time. Open this book, awaken from spiritual slumber, read and rejoice."-MATTHEW LEVERING, Mundelein Seminary

    "Consecrating the World takes up where David Fagerberg's masterful On Liturgical Asceticism left off, providing a key to living the liturgy in every moment and aspect of human life. That this is indeed an everyday task takes nothing away from its divine content and sublime finality. Fagerberg is rightly regarded as one of the foremost liturgical theologians of our day. His engagement with the tradition is both fresh and fruitful. If we are to be 'thoroughly imbued with the spirit and power of the liturgy,' we must grasp what the Sacred Liturgy in fact is. For this, Fagerberg is a worthy and rightly demanding guide."-DOM ALCUIN REID, Monast

    Specification

    • Author

      David W Fagerberg

    • Book Format

      Paperback / softback

    • Publisher

      Angelico Press

    • Published

      March 2016

    • Weight

      209g

    • Page Count

      158

    • Dimensions

      140 x 216 x 10 mm

    • ISBN

      9781621381686

    • ISBN-10

      1621381684

    • Eden Code

      4433041

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    • Author/Creator: David W Fagerberg

    • ISBN: 9781621381686

    • Publisher: Angelico Press

    • Release Date: March 2016

    • Weight: 209g

    • Dimensions: 140 x 216 x 10 mm

    • Eden Code: 4433041


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